RAVPower Savior provides faster, smarter charging.

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I love external batteries. I’m almost what you would call a collector of sorts. I just think it’s better to be prepared then to be out somewhere with no juice for your devices.The problem with a lot of power bricks is that you have to not only carry them, but also have the cable of your choice with you. If you’re on the go and strapped for space, what do you do? RAVPower has you covered with the Savior. It’s an external battery with a built-in AC folding wall plug that keeps the device charged while on the go. It also has a MFI certified lighting cable built into the side for quick and easy charging. With the Savior, there is no need to carry a cable that’s going to tangle and trip you up while on the go.

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In addition to the Apple Lightning Cable, the RAVPower Savior also has a spot on the bottom that pops open to provide you with a full size USB port that allows you to charge two devices at the same time or a device other then an iOS device.

Don’t worry about needing to drag an extra power brick along because the Savior is a 9000mAh battery. I’ve recharged my iPhone 6 Plus twice without having to charge the Savior. The RAVPower Savior also has an output of 5V/2.4A and 5V/1A. It weighs in around 9 ounces and is very easy to carry with you. Aside from its weight, the Savior also boasts scratch-resistant finish paint that is also travel friendly as it keeps the battery pack looking better for a longer period of time. The Savior is also fitted with an A+ grade new generation cell with up to 1,000 recharge cycles and no memory effect.

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As for the Savior’s performance, I really can’t complain. As I mentioned, I tested it with an iPhone 6 Plus, which is arguably a power hog. I tested the Savior by running the battery down to approximately 50% before trying to charge it the first time. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it charged my iPhone back up to full power within about 20-30 minutes. The second time I utilized the Savior, my battery was around 4% and within about 10 minutes it had gained 15% of its battery life back. I think I can successfully state that it the Savior’s charging capabilities are worth the purchase. I believe that it was around hour to recharge the phone completely from a completely dead battery.

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Like many other external batteries, the RAVPower Savior also comes equipped with a four-LED indicator bar that shows how much charge the pack has. It does take about 7-9 hours to recharge the Savior from dead to 100%.

I can highly recommend the RAVPower Savior as it travels well, charges fast and conveniently does not require additional cables or cords. The MSRP for the Savior is $99.99, but is currently available for half the price at $49.99 – a very comparable price to other 9000mAh external batteries. The Savior is also available with a Micro-USB charging cable.

For more information, visit ravpower.com/savior.

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